Exploring Microsoft Excel 2003 Comprehensive
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Step 6 : The Active Cell, Formula Bar, and Worksheet Tabs □ You should see the
workbook in Figure 1.7f. Click in cell B3, the cell containing Adams's grade on the
first test. Cell B3 is now the active cell and is surrounded by a heavy border.
Use pointing to enter the cell references to complete the formulas for the first
investment. □ Click in cell E5 (the cell that contains the cost of the investment)
and enter the formula, =C5*D5. □ Click in cell F5 (the cell that contains today's
Step 8 1 Create the Mixed References Click in cell C6. Pull down the Insert menu
and click Function (or click the Insert Function button on the formula bar) to
display the Insert Function dialog box. Click the drop-down arrow, then click
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